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The Wonderful Gwaii Haanas

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Just returned from the trip. Working on editing the video diary. Wonderful place...
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

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Good trip, I trust? I bet the video will be excellent.

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deepminnow wrote:Good trip, I trust? I bet the video will be excellent.

Trip was great. The video will be long... :)
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

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Cool, looking forward to it. I just asked in the sailing column if you made the Maine excursions you had considered.

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DLee wrote:Cool, looking forward to it. I just asked in the sailing column if you made the Maine excursions you had considered.

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The Maine trip was very short, only one day on the water. The Pacific trip was 11 days and 10 nights on the water. Much better and much prettier.
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

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DoiNomazi,
How's the editing coming along? I'm ready to take your trip - from the comfort of my home.

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deepminnow wrote:DoiNomazi,
How's the editing coming along? I'm ready to take your trip - from the comfort of my home.
It takes quite a bit of time. I can work on the video only on weekends.

I'll post the link as soon as I upload it.
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

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Work, it gets in the way of work. I hope you are enjoying the editing process, or at least that it's not too frustrating. :)

You guys make a good team. Cheers!

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deepminnow wrote:Work, it gets in the way of work. I hope you are enjoying the editing process, or at least that it's not too frustrating. :)

You guys make a good team. Cheers!

Thank you.
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

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We apologize for being OT. Unfortunately, we didn't paddle/sail our beloved U-Boat (Long Haul Mark II Commando) and we missed it a lot on our trip.

The video diary is finally edited.

http://vimeo.com/77014984

CAUTION! It is rather long... :) Enjoy!
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

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I have watched it - excellent video.

Many thanks - this (and your other videos) must have taken huge amounts of time.

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Doi,

You guys have outdone yourselves. You have captured in images, words, and sound what anyone who loves adventure and the outdoors can feel. Staging some of the scenes you captured took quite a bit of cinematic talent (and a lot of work!) Thanks for creating and sharing this fine piece of work.

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gbellware wrote:Doi,

You guys have outdone yourselves. You have captured in images, words, and sound what anyone who loves adventure and the outdoors can feel. Staging some of the scenes you captured took quite a bit of cinematic talent (and a lot of work!) Thanks for creating and sharing this fine piece of work.

Best,
Greg
Thank you, Greg! And many thanks to all of you for watching! I am really sorry it was not a folder, but the trip was good.
Seasick & Grumpy enjoying a Long Haul Mark II Commando with BSD 36' HP Sport sail

http://vimeo.com/channels/travelotherapy

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